Woodland Hills School Board Reorganizes Wednesday

The board will also consider some action items, including a marketing plan for the district.

Woodland Hills School Board will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the administration building to reorganize and act on legislative items.

During the reorganization meeting, the board will elect a president and vice president for the coming year, as well as establish the time, date and location of the regular board meetings for 2013.

Following the reorganization, the board will consider action items, including a settlement of the 2013 assessed value for the Edgewood Towne Centre and setting the 2013 assessment value for the George Westinghouse Research and Technology Park property in Churchill on an interim basis.


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Luna December 05, 2012 at 02:34 PM
"[T]he board will consider action items, including a marketing plan for the school district." A marketing plan? Twenty-five thousand dollars on a marketing plan when my son is forced to ride the bus for nearly two hours each way because they consolidate routes to private schools? Put that money where it belongs-- with the students who reside in the district. It's time for a major overhaul because no amount of marketing can fix what's wrong with WHSD.
LJ Richardson December 05, 2012 at 08:10 PM
The best marketing plan is well-educated students. Word-of-mouth will do the rest...always has.
Steve Karas December 06, 2012 at 06:38 PM
How long do you think the local media would have covered the Heroin selling guidance counselor if they were employed in WHSD? The cameras would be out and it would be on the front page. There has been nothing in the news the past 5 days since they are employed elsewhere. We need to smartly market our students success and the commitment of our teachers.
Mary December 10, 2012 at 02:41 AM
Luna - I hear you - my kids go to district schools and those schools need things too. Understand though that if they market the district correctly and show off the good parts it may bring back some charter school kids who already reside in the district and with that comes their state funding. If enough kids come back the bus routes will be shorter perhaps. it sounds like a lot of money but one child can mean thousands of dollars in state funding. If it brings back 5 kids it will more than pay for itself.
William McCloskey December 10, 2012 at 12:16 PM
... a good "marketing" move would be to publicly apologize for Calinger


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